I love beautiful artwork. I fell in love with this piece of artwork called Blessing II. It was a limited addition painting by John Holyfield, who lived in West Virginia. West Virginia just happens to be the state that I was born and raised in. His story touched my heart and so did this painting. John Holyfield was orphaned as a child and raised by his grandparents in small town, Clarksburg, WV. He is now a renowned artist who is known for his southern flare in his paintings. A limited edition copy of Blessing II found a home in my breakfast room.
I was contacted by a company, Minted, to review their artwork. I jumped at the chance, since I’m always in the market for a unique piece. I found their selection unique. Most of the pieces have a modern flare, which I normally wouldn’t select.
I did find several pieces of art that I liked. I recently remodeled my office and used a Paris theme. Although I like more colorful prints, there was one entitled Rooftops of Paris that caught my eye. It would fit perfectly in my office.
Minted offers a large selection of prints for nurseries, children, limited edition and typography in various sizes. They also offer framing for an additional price. I loved that the artists are from around the world.
I found an adorable Nursery Rhyme print that would be great for a mom who’s doing the baby’s nursery in this theme. One of my favorite rhymes was the Old Woman Who Lived In a Shoe. Is this not adorable.
I did Pin a few prints being offered in the Photo art challenge on the site, which ended up being my favorite category. I fell in love with the City Photo art piece below. You can add 14 different photos to the display, it’s adorable. I’m seriously considering this piece for my grandchildren’s photos to display in my foyer. Head over to Minted and see what catches your eye. The Photo category alone is worth the trip.